London burned again yesterday, only this time only in the form of a 320 foot long replica built for the occasion out of wood on the banks of the Thames.
Watch the London Replica burn here:
Here is how al-Jazeeria covered the story:
For the Guardian's version of the story, go here.
For more pictures of the event, go here.
The Guardian also has a story about major buildings that were destroyed in the Great Fire, including St Paul's, here.
Given the profound impact that the Great Fire had on Wren's career as an architect, I've always had a sneaking suspicion that Wren set the Fire in Pudding Lane.
But I know that's silly talk. Just joking folks, just joking . . . . .